Previous building projects
A selection of building projects previously undertaken by Dorset County Council.
Barton Hill House, Shaftesbury - Phase 2
The provision of improved living and leisure facilities and the construction of a new extension providing improved study space.
Budmouth Technology College - The replacement of Clare Hall
The following pages show information about the project to replace the four-storey element of Clare Hall at Budmouth Technology College.
The project to provide a new dining and servery block at Gillingham School was completed in June 2011.
IPACA - Osprey Quay Campus formerly Chesil Cove Federated Primary School
Details of the new IPACA - Osprey Quay Campus formerly Chesil Cove Federated Primary School together with progress photographs.
A replacement school catering for children with severe learning difficulties was completed in the autumn of 2012.
New Dorchester Sports Centre
The provision of new sports facilities to replace the Thomas Hardye Leisure Centre.
Phoenix House, Blandford (formerly known as The Beeches)
The 16-bed residential high dependency care facility was completed in the Spring of 2012.
Queen Elizabeth's School, Wimborne - redevelopment
The existing Queen Elizabeth's School was redeveloped under the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) One School Pathfinder Programme. The project has now been completed and the following overview is provided.
The Blandford School - phase three works
New and remodelled accommodation at The Blandford School.
The construction of a Community Fire Station in Weymouth for Dorset Fire and Rescue Service
A new generation Community Fire Station for Weymouth combining traditional fire response with purpose built community facilities.
The Durlston Castle Project
Project details and progress photographs for The Durlston World Heritage Gateway Project.
The Grange School, Christchurch
A new sports hall providing space for three badminton courts/one basketball court was completed in the summer of 2012.
The provision of Sure Start children's centres
Meeting the Government's 'Agenda for Change for Children' and 'Every Child Matters'.